This bold but sober analysis of the broad implications of the Islamic ideology brings out the picture of the framework of society in which individual, social, political and economic life has been treated as an integral part of an organic whole. It candidly discusses the limitations of the Muslim countries of the present world from that perspective and tells what should be done if we are to build that framework to preserve the values and the way of life intended in Islam. It embodies a critical evaluation of capitalism, communism, socialism in contrast to Islamic socialism as an ideal, indicating their shortcomings and contradictions. (Third revised edition).
ISBN No. 969-432-067-4. 14 cm. x 21.5 cm. xix+276 pp. (P.B)